Trevor Boyce Obituary, Death – On January 31, 2006, at the age of 82, Trevor Henry Boyce passed away peacefully while he was a patient at the Marjorie Willoughby Snowden Memorial Hospice Home. He had been a resident there since the previous day. Pam (Eugene) Nagai, Bryn Boyce, and Bruce Boyce, all of Kamloops, British Columbia, are Trevor Boyce’s surviving children. His beloved wife of 57 years, Flora “Jean” Boyce, also survives him, as do the couple’s three children. In addition, he is survived by his grandchildren Jocelyn (Paul) Skublicki and Jennifer (Adam) Morris, in addition to their son William, all of whom live in the city of Calgary in the province of Alberta. They will hold the memories of him in the highest regard forever.
In addition, Trevor is survived by one sister, Laurel (Ernie) Hunt, who lives in Langley, British Columbia; his brother-in-law, Ranald Bain, who lives in Lethbridge, Alberta; and a huge number of nieces and nephews. Ranald Bain is located in Lethbridge, Alberta. Before Trevor was born, his great-grandparents Roy and Minnie Boyce, his paternal grandparents Roy and Minnie Boyce, his parents Roy and Minnie Boyce, his brother Edward “Ted” Boyce, his brother-in-law Murdoch Bain, his sister-in-laws Mary Bain and Mary Boyce, his niece Colleen Bain, and his nephew Ronald Boyce all died.
On March 4th, 1923, Trevor was born in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. He was raised in Saskatchewan. Following his enlistment in the Royal Canadian Navy, he served as a Wireless Operator for the duration of World War II. Before Trevor enrolled in the military, he met Jean, and on June 17, 1948, the two of them got married. Once Trevor returned from his service in the military, they had a child. After spending a number of years working for the Canadian Pacific Railway in Swift Current, Trevor reentered the military and moved his family to North Bay, Edmonton, and Marville, France before finally settling down in Kamloops in the year 1967. During his time in the military, Trevor was stationed in North Bay, Edmonton, and Marville. During this time, Trevor was employed in the city of Swift Current. Trevor found enjoyment in a variety of pastimes, including the sport of golf, excursions to Reno, and gardening.